The goggle itself should be fine. The hawkeye does have exchangable lenses so that you can swap between appropriate lenses. Just order another lens, one that's more appropriate for low light conditions and snap that into the frame.
I'm using an Anon Hawkeye. Dredrum lens for day conditions, clear for night. I'll buy a red ice lens when I can find it (it's out of stock everywhere), it is supposed to filter reddish night lighting. Check Anon's website, there is a tool which shows effects of different lenses.